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June 28, 2019, 12:26:21 AM

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Brightburn was awesome !!!!!!

I didn't think so, as it was just an inverse, complete replica copy of superman, almost to the point where you could predict what would happen next every second of the movie.  The entire movie was derivative in nature and couldn't stand on it's own two feet unless people already knew of the Superman story in the first place.  It was a cheap, Weird Al parody marketed as a serious movie - not exactly the definition of awesome.

Here you are just F***ed up dumb, everyone knows its an superman story gone wrong.... but I liked it cause 16+, I would hate it 12+, cause it just needed some gore scenes etc
We all know stuff is gonna be predictable in this kind of movie, but f*** it was just good for what is was intend to be....
I did like it a lot.

I know its wasn't Stalingrad or something....

To say if it's good or not you would have to compare it to something else in the same genre.  I would classify it as more of a horror movie, and it was pretty much garbage compared to other indie-style horror movies like The Descent, REC 1+2, etc.
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June 28, 2019, 12:36:47 AM

OT

Brightburn was awesome !!!!!!

I didn't think so, as it was just an inverse, complete replica copy of superman, almost to the point where you could predict what would happen next every second of the movie.  The entire movie was derivative in nature and couldn't stand on it's own two feet unless people already knew of the Superman story in the first place.  It was a cheap, Weird Al parody marketed as a serious movie - not exactly the definition of awesome.

Here you are just F***ed up dumb, everyone knows its an superman story gone wrong.... but I liked it cause 16+, I would hate it 12+, cause it just needed some gore scenes etc
We all know stuff is gonna be predictable in this kind of movie, but f*** it was just good for what is was intend to be....
I did like it a lot.

I know its wasn't Stalingrad or something....

To say if it's good or not you would have to compare it to something else in the same genre.  I would classify it as more of a horror movie, and it was pretty much garbage compared to other indie-style horror movies like The Descent, REC 1+2, etc.

The Descent ok, REC not 100% my thing cause hand cam style.... but thats personal taste like Blair Witch also not my style....

And I know Brightburn is classified horror, but I don't 100% see it as Horror...

Just like Dead snow 1&2, Zombieland also awesome brilliant movies, classified as horror but same I don't see them as horror...

For real Horror I do like Texas chainsaw massacre, green inferno, Evil dead (hoping for the sequel) or old school style of Scream/I know what you did last summer... when I was younger (the first ones) etc Halloween, The hills have eyes, the human centipede, Saw  and F*** I probably forgot my top horrors

Also I will never need lecture when it comes to movies, thats really my space Cheesy
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June 28, 2019, 12:42:20 AM
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Hey WO's,

Today I had a class (I teach electronics as a side activity to my main job). We were talking about digital stuff, gates, etc. One thing led to another and we ended up talking about Bitcoin. I felt like Andreas Antonopoulos on stage...

Some statistics:

-- Most students hadn't even heard about Bitcoin, and those few who had were all males, no females knew anything about it. However, the females were very interested, especially when they realised it can be very profitable.

-- The few students that knew about it were mostly misinformed about what it is and how it works.

-- The entire class (about 30 students) was ecstatic. They really wanted to know and understand it. We skipped all breaks, they wanted to stay in the classroom and learn about it.

-- Many of them wanted to buy. Many downloaded wallets on their phones. Some purchased online versions of Andreas Antonopoulos' book.

The entire experience confirmed what I already knew: this thing is just getting started. Young generations are very keen to embrace the new technology, when it is properly presented and explained to them. Not sure if what I did was "appropriate", but it felt right, and I felt glad that my "lecture" may change the lives of some of those guys.

Keep HoDLing!
Sir,

Excellent post. This is what bitcoin is all about. Here, have my first ever spent merit.
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June 28, 2019, 12:48:23 AM
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Solid first spend Smiley
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June 28, 2019, 12:50:37 AM



Going into again a to late HODLsleep Roll Eyes

Goodnight Brothers of BTC Cheesy

11283!!!!!!!!!!!!! just saying !!!!!!!!
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June 28, 2019, 01:01:49 AM

10minutes to brightburn

Hope the price is back at 12K after the movie Cheesy
Hope you enjoyed the movie as we are approaching back to $12,000 territory once again.
Do you have a crystal ball or something to tell you the price movement from hour to hour? Undecided
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June 28, 2019, 01:07:31 AM

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Solid first spend Smiley
Yeah, I thought so too.

You deserve my second one. You don't know me, but I've been reading this thread for years. You're such a positive person. We need more people like you. Hodlsleep tight!
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Cannot believe that mega-doji on 3d closed in green, aye carumba
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Cannot believe that mega-doji on 3d closed in green, aye carumba
Care to elaborate? Think we're in for a reversal?
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June 28, 2019, 01:28:05 AM

Also I will never need lecture when it comes to movies, thats really my space Cheesy

Let's see what you know about movies.  Did you know that in the script of Prometheus, the engineers hate humans and decide to destroy them because the engineers educated a human in their ways (Jesus) and then the evil cult of Judaism Pharisees killed him?  (no, not kidding).
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June 28, 2019, 01:43:28 AM

Cannot believe that mega-doji on 3d closed in green, aye carumba

Yep... that is an interesting looking doji candle.

Certainly, I am no technical analyst expert but I would suggest that this particular candle signifies that there is a bit of indecision regarding the direction of the market, and the battle is decently sized, so whether that candle had closed green or red might not be such a BIG deal.  

The fact that the top of the candle is longer than the bottom captures a bit of an upwards inclination and that perhaps the correction has been sufficient to capture the excess steam of the past few days, but it would be difficult to read much more into it - beyond just having a whole hell of a lot of BTC price movement in such a short period.. and a decently-sized ongoing battle to attempt to resolve a which way the BTC price should go in the short term.  

I personally believe that the odds are slightly in favor of the bears in the very short term, such as in the next several weeks.

I would think that sometime soon after these next proximate several weeks, the odds are going to return to the bulls.

In other words, this time I have a bit of a tendency to believe down is to happen before up, when a few weeks ago, I was quite skeptical when posters were making that same kind of assertion because our upwards momentum was building and building and building.. and not really stopping, until it did.. Once the upward momentum was able to be able to be stopped, now the short term situation seems a bit different, and short term down seems to have better odds than up... .down before up....    

I don't give too many shits about being wrong either... Who doesn't appreciate an underdog that pulls through a tough spell?   I certainly do.   Go BTC go!!!!!! Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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Let me tell you of the impossible dream.

A support line that runs all the way back to the dawn of time.  At $2.22 at the bottom of the crash in November 2011.  A support line that held us up during the depths of the cryptowinter.

Weekly view of the support line



Daily view of the support line



A support line that, when finally broken in November 2018, heralded the final throes of the 2018 bear market.  See first yellow circle where it was broken.



But this support line, which was believed to be lost forever as it soared off into the stratosphere, was unexpectedly touched on June 22 and 23 2019.



We then soared above it on June 26 and June 27.  Surely we had soared too high, too fast?  Surely this was impossible?



Today the support line sits around $11,445.  

If we can recover $11,445 and against all odds, hold above this line, this would represent an uninterrupted logarithmic bull market all the way back to 2011.  Surely this is the impossible dream?  This is why I am currently bearish.  But if we break and hold above, then all bets are off.
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June 28, 2019, 02:32:40 AM

For context, here is my post on November 16 2018 when we broke downwards through the same long term trend line. Now we have broken upwards back through it, something I thought would never happen. 


Managed to get back to a computer instead of trying to chart on a mobile phone.  And I don't really like what I see.  

Overview back to 2012 showing build of long term trend line from cryptowinter (weekly)


Overview of 2017 / 2018 showing build of 2017 support line plus 2017 downward trend line (daily)


Zoomed in on daily.  Showing we have fallen through a hole beneath three key trend lines


4 hour view showing our current position in the hole


1 hour view showing our current failure to break out of the hole



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June 28, 2019, 02:34:54 AM

If we can recover and hold above this line, this would represent an uninterrupted logarithmic bull market all the way back to 2011.  Surely this is the impossible dream?  This is why I am currently bearish.  But if we break and hold above, then all bets are off.


Nice graphs and interesting interpretation.
Why you call it "uninterrrupted", though?  
We seemed to plunge below the line last winter and only recently recovered only to dip just a bit below.
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June 28, 2019, 02:38:17 AM

Fair enough.  Perhaps uninterrupted is the wrong word.  But "straight line logarithmic" doesn't sound any better.  There is probably a better term.
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June 28, 2019, 02:45:35 AM

Fair enough.  Perhaps uninterrupted is the wrong word.  But "straight line logarithmic" doesn't sound any better.  There is probably a better term.

The best fit for bitcoin prices during 2011-2019 is represented by a logarithmic curve with a current time value of 11445?
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I haven't been trading but I need some of this action..

100k sat says we have a new ATH before we break down through $10k..
First taker gets it..

edit: eherm I mean all year high, like $13,764..
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June 28, 2019, 03:01:15 AM

I haven't been trading but I need some of this action..

100k sat says we have a new ATH before we break down through $10k..
First taker gets it..

edit: eherm I mean all year high, like $13,764..

That seems like a fair bet.

I am sure someone would be more than willing to take you up on the bet, and you will likely lose the bet fairly quickly (within a few days)... hahahahahaha

Anyhow, in this thread, we usually use stamp for these kinds of price measuring matters.  The current yearly high on stamp is $13,880.


You might even lose the bet before you are able to finalize its terms, exactly.   Wink
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June 28, 2019, 03:08:46 AM

I haven't been trading but I need some of this action..

100k sat says we have a new ATH before we break down through $10k..
First taker gets it..

edit: eherm I mean all year high, like $13,764..

That seems like a fair bet.

I am sure someone would be more than willing to take you up on the bet, and you will likely lose the bet fairly quickly (within a few days)... hahahahahaha

Anyhow, in this thread, we usually use stamp for these kinds of price measuring matters.  The current yearly high on stamp is $13,880.


You might even lose the bet before you are able to finalize its terms, exactly.   Wink

Your right.. 10k might be the perfect bear trap just to break it a little..

Ok yeah nevermind.. So much gloom in this thread and I just feel like 10k is good to hold..
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